Love your asymetrical fern platter. Good luck with the Market. Must have been some Scots people settle there at some stage. Love the way town names tell some history. We have an Inverness in my state and I New Zealand has one too.
Great ferns. Toes crossed for a good day!
wishing you fabulous sales today!
The fern platter is lovely! Good luck at the market! Have a great weekend!
Wow, you are a busy gal!
Wish I could, have a great show.
Hi Anna, thanks, I think I photographed that tray upside down but you can still see it for what it is, the fern platters found new homes today and everyone raved about them, and folks especially liked the fact they were made with impressions of native ferns from here in Florida. I know county seat used to be another town and back in the horse and buggy days it was moved to this town. will have to find out more about the name since this is unusual for Florida since most names are Native American names and this one isn't.Hi Suzi, thanks, I had a great day at the market today and lots of folks admiring my work which really helped boost my ego.Hi Michele, thanks, had good sales at the market to day and lots of folks on the mailings list for the future.Hi Marguerite, thanks, had a great day today and Gary was just listing to New Orleans style music on Lawrence Welk and was thinking of you. Ha.Hi Ms. Sparrow, thanks, yes been much too busy lately, but it keeps me out of trouble, and Gary says it keeps me out of jail. Ha.Hi Patti, thanks had a great day today, I hope I get to meet you in person one day. We watched a DVD th other day called the bucket list and Gary wrote his bucket list of what he wants to do before he dies and it's mostly about traveling again, hopefully we'll do some of that next spring.
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